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1000 indigent persons to get free medical service in Edo



The Imalu Airiemhionkha Ebhoaye Memorial Foundation yesterday said it will provide free medical services to 1,000 persons in Igueben Local Government Area of Edo State.

It explained that the programme is aimed at improving the standard of living and access to healthcare for indigent community members.

Its founder, Chief Frederick Airiemhionkha, who disclosed this at Igueben, said the Foundation was established to commemorate his late mother’s legacy in the service of God and a lobe to render humanitarian services.

He also revealed the foundation’s plans to award scholarship to no fewer than100 Igueben indigent students to any level of their education.

Airiemhionkha said the free medical care was designed to assist the poor in Igueben, especially persons who could not afford medical care.


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